The people of America have sent a strong message to Nancy Pelosi.
Her personal ego is causing massive problems for the Democratic Party.
Nancy Pelosi was confronted with a bitter pill of truth she’s not going to swallow.
The mainstream media is infatuated with Democrat politicians.
When Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi sat down with “Morning Joe” host Mika Brzezinski, it was an unbelievably easy interview.
“Is there an app that you can’t live without?”
“Do you use emojis?” (“I use hearts,” Pelosi replied. “I have a lot to do with food.”)
“Do you like being called grandma?” Pelosi confessed that while she liked being called “Grandma,” “Mimi is my name.”
Some of the questions Pelosi was asked in the extended, sit-down interview on MSNBC.
Brzezinski followed these by instructing Pelosi, “I’m going to say something, and you think of one word that comes to mind.” She then asked for Pelosi’s one-word impression of “millennials.”
“Joy to the world!” came Pelosi’s four-word answer.
Afterwards Brzezinski gushed, “I just have to say, that was the most inspirational interview I’ve ever done!”
The mainstream media has given up their journalistic integrity and are just biased cheerleaders for the left.
While Democrats and the media are comfortable in their alliance, representatives are supposed to represent the people who voted them into office, but the majority of voters don’t believe that Congress is listening to them.
Nearly 60% of likely voters think Congress “cares more about what the media says than what their own constituents think.”
A survey by Rasmussen Reports found that more than half of respondents feel that their House and Senate representatives prioritize media attention and less than a third said the representatives put their constituents first.
“59% of Likely U.S. Voters believe that what the media thinks matters more to the average member of Congress than what their constituents think. Only 29% of voters believe that constituents matter more than the media to the average member of Congress. Twelve percent (12%) are not sure.” Rasmussen detailed.
The survey was taken from June 22-23 and talked to 900 likely voters over telephone and online.
This is true across the political spectrum.
“Republican (64%), Democrat (49%) and unaffiliated voters (66%) alike were predominantly of the opinion that lawmakers valued what the media has to say more than their constituents’ concerns.” The Daily Caller reported.
“Additionally, 49% said ‘No’ and 35% answered ‘Yes,’ when asked, ‘Does your representative in Congress care what you think?’ Only 17% were unsure.” The Daily Caller added.
The Reagan Institute found in their third annual National Defense Survey that trust in the media has dropped from 16% to 14%.
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